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Thank you for your interest in applying to Keck Graduate Institute (KGI), a member of The Claremont Colleges! Once you have begun your online application, you will be contacted by your admissions counselor who can help you through the application process.
Each degree or certificate program at KGI has their own application procedures and requirements. View the chart above or visit our degrees and certificates webpage, then click on your program of interest to learn how to apply.
Program requirements and deadlines vary by program. Navigate to your program of interest to learn the specific requirements.
Yes. KGI requires transcripts from all undergraduate and higher education institutions attended, even if you did not earn a degree from that school. Unofficial copies can be submitted for the application process. If you are admitted and matriculate to KGI you will then be required to submit official copies.
Sometimes. We do occasionally offer fee waivers for students that have financial need or through special communication to prospective students. If you have a financial need and would like to request a fee waiver, please talk with your admissions counselor.
No. You can submit materials during the online application process, or after you’ve completed the application by logging into the Portal and linking your files. Your recommendation(s) and mailed materials (test scores, transcripts) can also come at different dates. Applicants will receive emailed status updates on the items needed to complete their applications.
We pride ourselves on a holistic application review process. This means that we look at each applicant as an individual and review your test scores and GPA alongside your other materials to get a full picture of your academic and personal background and determine your fit at KGI. Therefore, we do not have minimum requirements or cutoffs.
KGI does not typically accept transfer credit due to the unique nature of our courses. However, contact your admissions counselors for questions about specific courses.
Please contact us! We are here to help. You can reach the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 909.607.8590. You may also contact us individually.